Review: Colin Fry, Ferneham Hall, Fareham

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Some spooky goings on happened at the Ferneham Hall when spiritualist medium Colin Fry took to the stage.

He brought messages, apparently from loved ones who had died, to an audience of eager receivers. Although I like to think I’m slightly sceptical of such claims, some of the messages were spookily accurate, such as the one for the lady from her father who Colin said approved of her new art work but not so much of the blanket she had tie-dyed.

Then there was the message for the woman who had been making honeycomb and the message from a husband who didn’t like his wife’s choice of radio station in the kitchen.

It’s been at least 10 years since 6ixth Sense with Colin Fry on Living TV catapulted the smooth-talking medium to fame. And I was pleased to see that he did not deviate away from that tried-and-tested formula on Tuesday night.

I can’t say if what he does is kosher, but it certainly made for an entertaining evening learning about other people’s lives.